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9 July 2018
Your weekly round-up of the latest medico-legal news, with a focus on patient safety, clinical negligence, new legislation and guidance impacting your practice.
How good is the NHS?
Report compares the NHS with health systems in 18 other countries, finding strengths as well as weaknesses in how it measures up (King's Fund).
Blood pressure and heart medication recall
Batches of valsartan containing medicines made by Dexcel Pharma Ltd and Accord Healthcare are being recalled from pharmacies across the UK and Europe amid concerns of an impurity (gov.uk).
Health Service Safety Investigation Bill
Draft Health Service Safety Investigations Bill (HSSIB) proposes a 'whole-system change to how the NHS investigates and learns from healthcare error'.
On behalf of the MDU, Dr Michael Devlin gave evidence on the HSSIB to a joint committee, as well as providing a written response to the draft bill.
Hundreds of GPs switch to cut-price 'transitional' indemnity deal
In a recent survey of GPs in England who had switched to the MDU's Transitional Benefits membership, 87% of those surveyed reported feeling positive about their personal finances and 76% about their practice finances (GP Online).
Happy birthday, NHS
A look back at 70 years of NHS milestones, through an MDU lens.
This guidance was correct at publication 09/07/2018. It is intended as general guidance for members only. If you are a member and need specific advice relating to your own circumstances, please contact one of our advisers.
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